Thursday, February 19 th, 2015
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For the second season in a row there's only one Italian club in the CL Round of 16. The Giallorossi still have a long path in front of them to compete with the best European sides
The former Manchester United pillar has largely disappointing the Nerazzurri fans so far, but Mancini's 4-man backline could make easier his settling-in process
The soul of the team - the only Neapolitan born player in the squad - had a broken knee ligament just when his form reached the top. No one in the team has the same skills, so Benitez will have to adapt to circumstances
The nerazzurri unsurprisingly sacked Mazzarri, the most hated coach in Inter’s recent history. Now they reunite with a coach who knows the club as well as anybody. Have they really picked the only man who can turn the season around?
Coach Walter Mazzarri doesn't seem able give an offensive mark to his team, but the squad risk to lose something even more important than points: the fans
The Giallorossi cannot afford to be outnumbered in the midfield and they will have to play a counter-attacking game. The same they did vs Manchester City. And it worked
The coach is experiencing his first hardships since he seats on Barça's bench. Some of the mistakes the press is ascribing to him are dangerously similar to the ones he made three seasons ago
1-7 is a bottomless score which Calcio should meditate on. The quality and intensity of the game displayed by the three European top clubs are still immensely superior
El Pipita, who is known worldwide as a goal machine, doesn't find the net in Serie A for more than 180 days. And he doesn't do anything to hide his stress on the pitch. Is there too much pressure in Naples?
Four wins, one draw and only one loss: is Udinese the new sensation of the Italian tournament? The new coach changed some details of Guidolin's oiled mechanism, and he succeeded
In the Turin's derby, Torino complained about a denied penalty kick for an alleged foul of Pirlo on El Kaddouri. The same that happened in the first leg, when Juventus scored in off-side position. Serie A's history is rich of debated episodes
Being absent from European competition has a bright side: you can rebuild a team and a tactical identity, without any mid-week stress. Juventus and Roma enjoyed the same situation in a recent past
The Spanish number 9 is expected to do better than his last spell at Chelsea, where his performance was underwhelming. His transfer fee and a new football style should help him in his new experience as a rossonero
Everybody knows that the former Juve coach is now at the head of the Azzurri. Not many know that he took over the entire youth sector of Italy too. Is he the right man to fill the generational gap between old foxes and rising stars?
The Colombian superstar is set to leave the Artemio Franchi to join a European giant, while La Viola need to find a proper replacement in order to continue their growth in Serie A. Here are five realistic alternatives
Tonight Luis Enrique will face Napoli in a friendly match. It's the first time he faces an Italian side after that 2011-2012 season at AS Roma.With the Giallorossi Lucho showed a lack of tactical flexibility and struggled to motivate his players
The favourite for the Italian Football Federation's presidency is an incautious, unprepared, old-style 71-year-old man. Yet, he’s the man chosen by most clubs to rebuild Calcio. Luckily for us tifosi he might lose because of a…banana
Two failures in a row (2010 and 2014) are too much for a football-addicted country. It's time for a structural change and unconventional decisions
Former Inter coach Stramaccioni has just signed for Udinese. After a gap year spent studying, the bianconeri represent the perfect club to exploit both the human and technical skills of the young Roman coach
Italy's coach is facing a dilemma: can football reasons prevail over fair play's logic? Chiellini's call for the World Cup, after his jab to Pjanić clashes with Prandelli's firm hand in the last months
Ultras of the three clubs show banners in favor of Speziale, the man who killed an Italian policeman in 2007, and who was defended by Napoli ultras last week during the Coppa Italia final
Who were the main protagonists of the 30th Scudetto? Will this streak continue in the following years? And why is Serie A not competitive enough for the Bianconeri, as Fabio Capello said?
Last Saturday's Coppa Italia final demonstrated again how Italy doesn't want to consider Ultras as common criminals. On the contrary, they are privileged interlocutors for Police and security forces
After the loss in the derby, the Nerazzurri are still not secure to qualify for the next Europa League. Team's lack of continuity is an unsolved problem from the beginning of the season
The Partenopei won their 5th national cup in a surreal atmosphere. Benitez's season can be considered a success, whereas Fiorentina can be optimistic about their future
What’s behind Antonio Conte’s dominance in Italy and uncertainty in Europe? The coach desires a total revolution, having perceived a certain psychological attrition
When he took the Inter job he had no idea of the sort of Kafkian situation he would soon experience in Milan. Criticized for everything he did and didn’t do, he finally finds himself defending his work in front of a jury and a combative plaintiff…
Milan fans roughly contested Super Mario after the awful defeat to Parma. The forward could be sold after the World Cup, but the Rossoneri should ponder such a move
Spain dominated the friendly match played at the Vicente Calderon, but without Balotelli, Rossi, De Rossi and Pirlo Italy could not adopt their favourite style of play, which fits so well against tiqui-taca